Whi le there are reports floating on the web regarding a new TVS motorbike being launched, carrying a 200 Cc engine. Although there is no information rolled out formally by the brand, but the bike has been spotted and posted while on attest on various social media. Going by the rumors, the bike is supposed to be a the TVS Apache 200, as earlier as well this news was in the media, however the brand TVS has decided to be mouth shut on this and there hasn’t been any official claim on the same.This certainly confirms the upcoming bike to be the codenamed Draken X21 that would be a lot better and bigger than the much hyped Apache by the company.Let us get to know the bike more!
Bike Layout: The design of the exhaust system looks pretty different, that definitely speaks about power. LED tail light along with indicators acquires a unique layout offering an insistent appearance even if one looks from the rear as well. While the bike certainly carries a name that sounds aggressive and masculine, the TVS Draken X21 generates an imagery of a courageous force. The concept acquires streetfighter layout that badges TVS' latest design viewpoint. Its compact front-end layout acquires a BMW Motorrad touch in its asymmetrical compact head lamp, along with LED lights and daytime-running lights. A digital instrument panel is carved on a comparatively straight handlebar, along with finest quality switch gear and bar-end mirrors detailed with alloy. The muscular tank obtains an off-set fuel filler lid and extensive shrouds that cover the liquid-cooler, along with a flippantly pressed black strip in the middle, flowing down to the solo saddle that feels fine and is situated to offer a sporty posture along with a little incline forward extending to the handlebars. The pillion seat is substituted by ducts, placed behind the rider, and are offered for proficient aerodynamics.
Engine of the Bike: The TVS Draken would acquire its power from a four-stroke, 250cc, liquid-cooled, solo-cylinder and fuel-injected unit that is manufactured by TVS racing, and is paired to a six-speed transmission. The concept also sports an all new aluminium trellis case detailed in gold, matched to a 41mm upturned front forks and an off-set rear monoshock locked on to a cast alloy swingarm. Ten-spoke alloys comprise Pirelli tyres, along with a solo petal disc at both the ends supervised by an ABS system for effectual braking. While these were the details acquired from the concept version, the production might incur a few changes, although.